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Comedies of Mr. George Farquhar: viz. love and a bottle; constant couple: or, a trip to the jubilee, Sir Harry Wildaire

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Title Comedies of Mr. George Farquhar: viz. love and a bottle; constant couple: or, a trip to the jubilee, Sir Harry Wildaire
Subject Farquhar, George, 1677?-1707
Creator Farquhar, George, 1677?-1707
Description Farquhar, George (1677?-1707) London: Printed for Barnard Lintott, between the two Temple-Gates in Fleet Street, (1707) First collected edition Irish playwright George Farquhar began his career in the theater in Dublin as an actor. While performing in John Dryden’s The Indian Emperor, he accidently but severely wounded a fellow actor in a sword fight scene. Farquhar foreswore acting for the rest of his life. He moved to London at about the same time that his friend, the well-known actor Robert Wilks did. Wilks encouraged him to write. Farquhar’s first play, a comedy, was produced in 1698. In this edition, each play is given its own title-page and separate paging. The titles are withing double line borders.
Publisher Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah
Date 1707
Type Text
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Language eng
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